I’m a cleaning whizz & my 55p hack gets EVERYTHING spotless…I use it all over my house & it makes my grim patio look new

CLEANING expert Laura Mountford has revealed her 55p secret to making everything spotless – including things inside and outside her home.

Known on social media as @lauracleanaholic, Laura has amassed an impressive 522,000 followers on Instagram, where she regularly shares her cleaning tips and tricks.

A cleaning lady shared on Instagram her cheap and easy cleaning trick she swears by to get her house and yard clean

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A cleaning lady shared on Instagram her cheap and easy cleaning trick she swears by to get her house and yard cleanCredit: Delivered – Laura Mountford
Laura Mountford explained that she uses a 55p item throughout her home to keep all surfaces spotless

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Laura Mountford explained that she uses a 55p item throughout her home to keep all surfaces spotlessPhoto credit: Instagram – @lauracleanaholic
Laura even uses dish soap to clean her dingy patio

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Laura even uses dish soap to clean her dingy patioPhoto credit: Instagram – @lauracleanaholic

In a video, Laura shared her trick to keeping her home looking and smelling fresh, and it might surprise you.

Cleaning fan Laura explains that she swears by using dish soap to get rid of dirt and grime in and around her home.

She said, “Sometimes all you need is the dish soap!

“Dish soap is such a versatile cleaner and can be used for so much more around the home than just scrubbing dirty dishes.

“Here are some top tips for cleaning with dish soap: cleaning showers and bathtubs, mopping patio tiles, cleaning windows and unclogging toilets.”

In Laura’s clip, she demonstrates how to use dish soap.

First she uses it to make her shower shine – putting some on the foot of her shower and rubbing it in with a long brush.

She then rinses the shower off, revealing the now sparkling floor.

Another way Laura uses dish soap might leave you gaping, but it’s actually mopping her patio tiles.

She mixes some dish soap with warm water and uses a mop to clean her dingy patio.

After that, Laura puts washing-up liquid in a Dishmatic dishwashing brush and uses the brush to clean her windows.

And finally, Laura puts plenty of washing-up liquid on her toilet and not only clears her toilet with a toilet brush, but also makes it shine.

Laura’s video clearly impressed many as it garnered 59,822 likes.

One person said: “I always think if I had to choose only 2 cleaning products for the rest of my life, I would have dish soap and bleach 🙌”

Another added: “Possibly the best product ever. Fill in spray bottles for all-purpose cleaner 🔥”

A third commented: “You know I love dish soap! You can literally clean your whole house with it 🥰”

While someone else wrote, “Fairy liquid is life.”

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Meanwhile, another commented: “Never thought of using this to clean the toilets will definitely try 😊”

If you fancy trying one of these hacks, you can buy a bottle of dish soap from Tesco for just 55p.

She uses it to make her shower sparkle

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She uses it to make her shower sparklePhoto credit: Instagram – @lauracleanaholic
Laura claimed it's great for unlocking toilets

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Laura claimed it’s great for unlocking toiletsPhoto credit: Instagram – @lauracleanaholic
She also swears by making her windows shine

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She also swears by making her windows shinePhoto credit: Instagram – @lauracleanaholic

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